Posts Tagged ‘Monuments’
Art Nouveau in Zaragoza

An Art Nouveau stroll in Zaragoza

At the beginning of the 20th century, thanks to the celebration of the Hispano-French Exposition of 1908, new buildings bloomed in Zaragoza and filled the city with elegance, modernity and joy, so typical in Art Nouveau. This a...



Torre Nueva

The Torre Nueva in Zaragoza

For many years, the most important civil symbol of Zaragoza was a thin mudejar tower, named Torre Nueva (New Tower) by the citizens. It was in a narrow space beside the Church of San Felipe, a few metres from the Roman wall. Af...



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Pilar Basilica in Zaragoza

Zaragoza through the eyes of foreign visitors

During 2017, we have received more than 50 professionals, most of them foreigners, who have enjoyed the possibility of discovering Zaragoza first-hand. Thanks to their posts on the social networks, and particularly by their pic...



Ideas for cultural visits on Mondays in Zaragoza

Although on Mondays many museums are closed, there are however many other cultural visits to do in Zaragoza to start the week!   Here are some ideas to make the most of your Monday in Zaragoza:   Monuments Basilica ...



Zuda Tower Zaragoza Tourism

The Zuda Tower

Since its construction this monument has been an element of great importance in the town planning and the history of Saragossa and was part of the life of its Kings. Located in the northwest corner of the Roman wall, the tower ...






 
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